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    review ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Keira Michelle Telford [The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1] EBOOK NEW Keira Michelle Telford Ï 3 free read A well written tale about a harsh future that forbids love and discourages loyaltyI especially like dystopian books and this one was phenomenally well written It did have some key points in it that didn't really let me connect with t

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    free read The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1 [The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1] EBOOK NEW Keira Michelle Telford Ï 3 free read Set in a futuristic neo Victorian London The Magistrate is a dark gritty sci fi novel It gives off a V for Vendetta vibe and had me captured fro

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    review ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Keira Michelle Telford Keira Michelle Telford Ï 3 free read [The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1] EBOOK NEW While I have nothing but praise and admiration for the world building and gritty realism of this novel the whole relationship between the two main characters caused me a number of issuesNot sure if I am going to be hurrying to buy the next book in the seriesRead for the dystopian world creation and try and skirt

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    [The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1] EBOOK NEW Keira Michelle Telford Ï 3 free read free read The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1 Well written and uite uniue from the typical ff stories However it is little dark and no happy reading at all It is a combination of 1984 Brave new world and Sherlock Homes with a hint of unnecessary cruelty Although I'm not smitten by the storyline can't deny the author's smartness hence 45

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    free read The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1 Keira Michelle Telford Ï 3 free read review ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Keira Michelle Telford The Magistrate by Keira Michelle Telford is a lesbian romance novel wrapped in a sci fi crime thriller The novel is set in a brutal futuristic though steampunk ish dystopian London where mother passes to child nanotechnol

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    [The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1] EBOOK NEW This book has it’s ups and downs The setting in neo victorian London with all seeing government seems interesting but tries to cramp too many things together You have the oppressive government homosexuality being illegal you have tough magistrates kind of like rangers you have a wannabe detective story you have LGBT characters inc

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    review ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Keira Michelle Telford Keira Michelle Telford Ï 3 free read [The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1] EBOOK NEW Book review originally published here is a Magistrate in the dystopian sociedty of London in the future With elements of the Victorian era sipping through this dystopian world is one of the most amazing settings I’ve had the pleasu

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    [The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1] EBOOK NEW review ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Keira Michelle Telford Keira Michelle Telford Ï 3 free read The premises for this book is uite interesting Telford managed to build an extremely repressed neo victorian world with dashes of medieval brutality of Inuisition levelsThe romance is just uh weird and sort of predatory A 30 something years old wanting to be with a 14 years old Could have been done so much better I could somewhat see a very young teenager having a crush on a beautiful 30 years old that saved her life and was kind to her an

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    [The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1] EBOOK NEW Wonderful dystopian novel The main character is the same I would write and I felt connected to her and it made the relationships in the book that much enjoyable There was plenty of action and romance to keep me going through the entir

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The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1

review The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1 Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB THE PRISONWORLD TRILOGY VOLUME ONEPoverty is rife in twenty fourth century London England Crime rates are at an all time high and living conditions for many are bleak Capital punishment and public hangings have been reinstated and Magistrates in their new role are tasked with patrolling the streets to enforce arrest warrants and ‘terminate’ While I have nothing but praise and admiration for the world building and gritty realism of this novel the whole relationship between the two main characters caused me a number of issuesNot sure if I am going to be hurrying to buy the next book in the seriesRead for the dystopian world creation and try and skirt over the dubious nature of the central relationship

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review The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1 Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB Any civilians who attempt to evade justice which isn’t always a noble pursuitThe laws are strict illiberal and unsympathetic If you can’t afford to feed and clothe yourself you’ll be sent to the workhouse If you fall behind on your rent you’ll be sent to debtors’ prison If you’re gay you’ll be hangedFor Carmen Wild the latter bec The Magistrate by Keira Michelle Telford is a lesbian romance novel wrapped in a sci fi crime thriller The novel is set in a brutal futuristic though steampunk ish dystopian London where mother passes to child nanotechnology that can monitor all aspects of one s life and the rules of society are particularly draconian Carmen Wild is a 20yo Magistrate the slice of society that metes out justice upon criminals as prescribed by the daily docket passed down from the powers that be workhouse incarceration termination Carmen is one of the best at her job She also carries many secrets her impoverished upbringing and the fact that she is a lesbian a crime punishable by public hanging The discovery of an abused young girl a pawn of the powerful due to her immunity to the nanotechnology sets off a series of events that leads Carmen back to the home and heart of the brothel Madam who saved her from the streets LinaOK This book rocks I loved it from start to finish This is precisely the type of book that I have been wanting to read That said the author presents some challenges to making it through the text First one must come to terms with the relationship between Lina and Carmen the origins of which are told through flashback Lina saves 14yo Carmen just as she is about to have her tongue excised and for each woman and girl love arrives at first sight As a reader I was very uncomfortable with the relationship which was masterfully handled by the author with a degree of eroticism The author however never crosses the line though she definitely stepped to the very edge and scraped at it with a pointed nail In retrospect I find it strange that I read a story about a girl who has been abandoned enslaved to build WMD locked in solitary for weeks starved and sold to a slaver with amorous intentions but it is the reading of the mutual physical attraction evokes alarm bells in my head Perhaps that is the author s point Regardless the relationship rings true for this story And once again the line does not get crossed phewAnother thing Even though the people in the story were so heavily monitored they were not reticent to do things they knew could easily be detected and set them swinging from the end of a rope At first that was a little troubling like the author had set up such strict rules for her own convenience But then I think I began to understand her point Everybody in this world is guilty of some rules even babies with improper genetic traits It is impossible to live without breaking the rules Everybody s life turns on the whim of those in power So this is a story about outsmarting the powers that be in order to live as loud as possibleThe writing was awesome flowed well I felt that the story did not really hit a major climax at the end It feels like the pilot episode of a serial where a rich array of heroines and heroes and villainesses and villains are introduced I hope that it is I ve already bought book two And I will be reading from this author in the future

review ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Keira Michelle Telford

review The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1 Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB Omes a potentially deadly problem when the discovery of a murdered prostitute brings her back into the life of her first love the Madam of an East End cathouse and the illicit passions between them are swiftly reignitedThe Magistrate is a lesbian romance set against the backdrop of dystopian neo Victorian LondonContains graphic explicit languag Wonderful dystopian novel The main character is the same I would write and I felt connected to her and it made the relationships in the book that much enjoyable There was plenty of action and romance to keep me going through the entire book as I finished it in 2 long sittings Looking forward to the other books in the series

  • Paperback
  • 404
  • The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1
  • Keira Michelle Telford
  • English
  • 05 January 2020
  • 9780987870193